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Posted few months ago @ £8.99 & worthy of a repost at lower price.

Edit: now £8.49 del.

Replacement for your floppy disks, Zip drives and CD-Rs
Read Speed: 10.5MB/S (70X)
Write speed: 7.24MB/s (48X)
No drivers needed for Windows 2000/ME and XP and MacOS 8.6 or later, 9.X and 10.1.2 or above

Slim, stylish design for easy use
Fits onto your key ring
USB 2.0 and 1.1 compliant
2 Year Warranty
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#1
not ever seen a 4gb so low in price. very hot.
[mod]#2
nice find voted hot!
#3
whats the cheapest 8gb flash drive
#4
dandoc2
whats the cheapest 8gb flash drive


The best search I can manage here returns....

http://www.hotukdeals.com/search.php?action=search&keywords=8gb&category=2&type=1

So 14ish ex del - but don't you think this one looks wonderful?!?!

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/216097/sandisk-8gb-titanium-cruzer-u3-usb-/

:-D :-D :-D :-D :-D
#5
http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/413Xs3YDg-L._AA280_.jpg

dandoc2;2575252
whats the cheapest 8gb flash drive


http://www.amazon.co.uk/SanDisk-SDCZ4-8192-E11-Cruzer-Micro-8GB/dp/B0018O4RPG/

£13.99 @ Amazon. You'll need to spend another £1 ish to get free delivery
#6
Fab, thanks edi, voted hot!:thumbsup:
#7
dandoc2
whats the cheapest 8gb flash drive


8Gb version of this one is £14.49

http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/3431730/Play-com-8GB-USB-Flash-Drive/Product.html
#8
Does anyone know if it has any bright glowing bits?

I am looking for one to use in my car radio - and the glowing is distracting if its torching.
#9
bingsy
SanDisk Cruzer Micro 8GB - £13.99 @ Amazon. You'll need to spend another £1 ish to get free delivery

That's an amazing price, I have the 512MB version of that, had it for years, I paid £26!

Although none of the drives at this price are going to be speed demons, I'd rather have a Sandisk than a generic no name one, like the one in the OP.
#10
Better off paying £2 more for a quality brand such as the SanDisk 4Gb also from play.com

http://images.play.com/covers/1112155m.jpg

Notice how play.com seem to put their own branded stuff as the top seller quite often. :?
#11
monkeybrains;2575240
not ever seen a 4gb so low in price. very hot.

If you're prepared to put the effort in, you can actually disconnect your hard drive and run XP purely from one of these bad boys.

Handy if you're worried about some of your downloads ever being traced :whistling:
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ibiza
Does anyone know if it has any bright glowing bits?

I am looking for one to use in my car radio - and the glowing is distracting if its torching.


I have one of these from Play.
No glowing bits.
#13
not a bad price at all. I'll getone of these to keep my family pictures safe. ( not those photos you smutty people, but the ones of my kids)!!
#14
whats the worry about traces
#15
hot, cheers edi ........ :thumbsup:
#16
This is a great USB stick and a bargain at the price. I use mine every day at work, on my PS3 and its always on my keyring so its pretty hard wearing as well.
#17
Bad Actor
I have one of these from Play.
No glowing bits.


Thanks - repped
#18
mekon
Better off paying £2 more for a quality brand such as the SanDisk 4Gb also from play.com

http://images.play.com/covers/1112155m.jpg

Notice how play.com seem to put their own branded stuff as the top seller quite often. :?


I've had one of those sandisk drives and it was awful - I swear I'm not heavy handed, but the cap became loose in days and would not stay on (it ended up getting lost), and the plastic 'lug' at the back (that the keyring goes through) cracked and broke after about a month.
#19
er, if it is the same model as the one i bought it does light up and flicker when accessing
#20
thanks
banned#21
:cry: I paid about that for a 256mb one! Mind you it were a few years ago. Voted hot. :thumbsup:
#22
Does it have readyboost?
#23
Thanks, looks good to me.
#24
Excellent price - HOT from me :)
#25
great deal so voting hot

but can anyone help with telling me where i can find a cheap (and good quality or fast) 16gb flash drive (or memory card)? always see deals for 2gb/4gb/8gb but not for 16! perhaps there is a reason for this lol

thanks !
#26
Dammit, bought this on Friday for £1 more lol :P
#27
I use a 16gb of EXACTLY the same one without the PLAY.COM branding and it is very good.
#28
I would recommend the Sandisk instead if you value your time. My dad has the play.com own branded - took about 45 minutes to completely fill with photos. My Sandisk one took about 15 mins for the same data.

Also the play.com one is not ready boost compatible.

Time is money as they say.
#29
Just to let everyone know these are re-branded integral drives so its good enough quality no qualms here.
#30
Kashim
Just to let everyone know these are re-branded integral drives so its good enough quality no qualms here.


Thats the make i have! of exactly the same apearance.

I think its pretty good, very fast for me.
#31
Lower price per gig here...

16GB USB 2.0 Drive for £29.99 delivered
#32
ibiza
Does anyone know if it has any bright glowing bits?

I am looking for one to use in my car radio - and the glowing is distracting if its torching.


It has a small flashing red dot near the USB port on one side, it's not very noticeable to be honest.
#33
nice find, ordered
suspended#34
great finds...thanks all & OP
#35
I'm really after one of the credit card style ones, its so much handier to keep it in your wallet. Anyone know a good deal on one?
#36
Fantastic price. Heat + Rep
#37
i have both and use them regularly - so far so good. the play.com one was £10.99 when i got it so not too bummed out. the 2nd came as a freebie from a stationery company for purchase of toners.
#38
Thanks:)
#39
Chuckles1066
If you're prepared to put the effort in, you can actually disconnect your hard drive and run XP purely from one of these bad boys.

Handy if you're worried about some of your downloads ever being traced :whistling:


Do you have any links on how to do that? And will it not kill the flash drive pretty quickly as they have an access number limit?

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